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disagree with that? >> no, no, i don't disagree wit. i'm not so sure i would go so far that they were tainted, i'm just not crying real hard for them in my beer. melissa: yeah. >> these nice may be very well talent and what they do and bunch of them left to go to millennium. steve cohen is lot of things. he was smart enough to surround himself with people that are very, very bright. they didn't make that much money for being stupid. melissa: james what do you think. >> i will not cry for them either but this may be interpreted as sad commentary on wall street -- melissa: why is this not a sad commentary on wall street? at love folks out there say this firm has been very suspicious for a long time. they were trading ahead of the street. they were too good. made too much money. all the talk on the street for years and years it was dirty money. >> you have to give people their presumption of innocence and you need to keep it in per speck. they had six people convicted of six people of insider trading. there is a firm of about a thousand people. this is not entirely clear a firm-wide prob
. then they said but one at a time. so we don't want -- melissa: obviously obamacare at the top of the agenda again today. it looks like we all may be able to keep existing health plans after all but what is the cost of that now? we start off by crunching the numbers for you because even when they say it's not, it is always about money. >> the bottom line is insurers can extend current plans that would otherwise be canceled into 2014 and americans whose plans have been canceled can choose to reenroll in the same kind of plan. >> hmmm. so, if you like your plan you can keep your plan, at least for another year. president obama announcing the big health care fix that will let insurance companies continue canceled plans through 2014. it is going to cost more money somewhere. could be coming from you. i bet it is coming from you. here to crunch numbers, former cbo director doug holtz-eakin. everyone will argue about the politics of this. this show is called "money." i want to drill down on numbers, what this really means, what it is going to cost. the first question i had after i heard the statement, y
tough because you try to dois the assignment and you say ime don't want everyone to know. >> i the guy says several of thoseescriptions. [laughter] >> of course, not. melissa: i had to walk around i sha this with so many people.al don't talk about me but everybody else. [laughter] they said politely bring it to their attention that if that doesn't work but then you coordinate withhr everybody else in your area and yes. >> did you should speak lower. >> i seeing slow talkers are far more irritating because said it is so important, i am sorry. what? what?out melissa: y say that quiet whispered? >> to demonstrate to you think they will get the message? >> they cannot keep the natural inclination if they are the of loud talker. >> you just lrn word your own town. t [laughter] >> i think gossipy is a huuge problem and it is toxic.ic >>. melissa: maybe i am wrong but i think the fun gossipce that is not her fault but across the other team across the river but then there is negative gossip where maybe sor they're not so happy with their own situation.a: >> j sometimes it requires cruey there
recognition to goes to the database to danowski is up of this self don't the you have 20% off on those issues it is all new consumer driven world. melissa: i am now ready for thatt sounds like spying. said they laughed at the idea of advertising of the internet. people were always scared but this is tremendous innovation in zero career right in front of our eyes. $100 million of 2013 it will undoubtedly be a major industry in the next couple of years. melissa: where is the industry you see this right now? >> right now in ameca is limited with regulations people with agriculture a lot of people wanting to use the drones and agriculture but especially using them for good that is something that the ngos have been talking about to protect the endangered species with the of marine areas those that take the ducks that are critical and even a third world countries. melissa: like the idea but we're to receive the application was commercial use? >> whether. weather prediction, clyde did management, michio in engineering. i want to take half clones controlled by other consumers and have clones tell the
, if you're a city councilmember, don't you take a sort of pledge to uphold the law? if you're part of government, isn't that the idea behind it, you're supposed to be encouraging other people to follow the law? she is encouraging them to break it. she says the only response can have if boeing executives do not agree to keep the plant here, for machinists to say, machines are here, workers are here. we'll do the job. we don't need executives. the executives n't do the rk. the machinists do. i guess she is forgetting who owns the company. >> yeah,he is also forgetting what her function would be as city councilmember. if the law's get to mean whatever she want them to mean, why should anyaw she voting on mean anything to anybody else? what she is advocating is marxist, not just socialist. she wants these folks to go in there and steal this property from boeing, which by the way one of the things she added to that, if they stop building planes here they can build buses here as though the market demand for really expensive, 60 million-dollar buses is so high we'll be able to keep those
of your life is the one i want to believe you, but i don't see many people getting into that. >> a shorthand for this can be fiscally conservative and socially tolerant. it will show you that americans are much more physically conservative than their elected representatives and a majority of americans think that we should balance the budget. they think that we should legalize marijuana, no one wants to talk about that,. >> but more are coming around? >> yes, they will come around last. and so when you have this, there's much more libertarianism and the government and you'll begin to see some of these expressions in the political marketplace as well. john: all kinds of skepticism exists. and they are just considered odd at times including my colleagues >> even for a libertarian like you. >> that is what is happening. stossel doesn't care. so what is the hostility? >> part of it is that we have a two party -- a major two-party system in the country and people tend to special -- especially congregate around the republicans and they see everything through that. so you are by defi
though they weren't using anything. those people don't have to go in. health care companies geing paid very little to then cover these very expense seven people. that's a very high cost. they are going to say, 8% above what we thought, a heck of a lot more than 8%, right? >> exactly. the original idea was to redistribute the potential losses or gains, also on the upside, most of us thought it would be losses. >> yeah. >> redistribute them among the insurance companies. it wasn't necessarily, if you believe people giveing a charitable view of this, wasn't intended as a bailout. given the problems we've had, no question it will end up as a bailout. if you go back and look what happened was this was ill defined part of the original bill. it is now been explained in a 100 of page rule or regulatio and basically the answer to these questions is, this is going to be, they don't have to worry about budget neutrality. this goes. >> i want to get to that because this show is called "money." we're not about politics. we follow the money where it's going. i've been wondering now you have the huge
our show, no matter how much we prepare behind-the-scenes sometimes things don't go the way we planned. a few interviews that turned out even better than expected. maybe not for the right reasons. stay tuned for an hour of fun because even when they say it is not it is always about money. ♪ melissa: first for your holiday viewing pleasure the astonishing interview neil cavuto did with the all land and unpredictable john mcafee, the very wealthy founder of mcafee anti virus software. you may remember got caught up in a bizarre murder story last year. he is known for his eccentric behavior and neil cavuto started the hour with an outrageous video that mcafee himself made the. some call him the man genius. you judge for yourself. bernard: 1 made you do that? >> the press said they planned number of labels on me and seem to be sticking. i surrounded myself with guns, surrounded myself with women. are was paranoid. apparel and rand you to three or four seconds on was an example, i did basalts. on the desk i had two boxes labeled with bath salts and was supporting them with my full face to
of financial news. adam: we don't stop there. "money" with melissa francis is next. >> we will keep this promise. to the american people. if you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor. , period. if you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan, period. >> period! [laughter] i do in the think you're supposed to read the punctuation in the speeches. melissa: is seems president obama can't get out from that infamous comment? why not two to hollywood. it could bring obamacare plot lines to your favorite shows. well-tell you how. even when they say it is not it is always about money. >> world of d.c. lid yaw cole cuts through the bs. >> are you my contact? >> we have a bit of a scandal. takes seemingly impossible scandals and makes them go poo. >> this is my son out of college. he doesn't have think health insurance. >> i thought you said this was a scandal. under affordability care act you stay under your parents plan until 26. >> thanks, fixer. melissa: lights, camera, obamacare. health care law might be the next breakout star on prime t
to. >> and good news is bad news about that. exactl >> for fighting fires we don't do on our own. imagine if everybody had their own fire service. imagine that the truth is private fire companies were all over america and do a better job. >> you watch liu spend your moy. >> r traffic lights are synchronized so there are no traffic jams. >> private parks are cleaner and safer. libraries our better run. mu more computerized. a private water system the government could not do to bring clean water for less because the workers work. >> were you goofing off before? >> occasionally. but the left hates privatization. >> that no one to pay for them. >> yes but we just want it spent well. >> privatize the police department and the fire department everything. >> yes. privize everything. that is our show. tonight. john: privatize evything. maybe i did not mean that i got carriedway but there are some things government ought to do. most are listed in the constitution. but this is thiand it makes it very clear there is not much the founders thought what they should do it is mostly what the gov
ford said about the pinto or leon. look, it is -- i don't think it's the fault of tesla. sunny and a problem. -f you recall, the other electric company that failed failed partially because of fires. they just burn up in your house. that scared the grab by the people. in the technology. i think it's safer than suv. that doesn't matter. people in r&d is scared. we have not at all related to an accident gorgeous spontaneously combusts maps. faugh ron that with the good of your right ravitch had not leyna ready to review rea been wouldn't have -- and people -- >> we have then where it is not the scenario and it is not an accident. the stock will be a $20 per share because that is what it would be like if it is. melissa: he makes a good point on a percentage basis. it is insignificant. we're talking about to 107 percenter something. but it is three. it is similar. it is a momentum stock that is driven by love. it was up more than 400%. you know, when it hit its all-time high. a couple of things happened. the fires, earnings report that was less than was expected, sales of less than
, the columnist asked him if he could quote him. buckman said no, i don't want to be quoted. he is quoted anyway. that is what he terms enact ray s in the post piece, buckman said, i'm quoting, told to make up information by higher-up at census. it was a phone conversation. i forget the but go ahead and fabricate it. the white house is dismissing the post claims that census workers deliberately faked unemployment numbers at a time the president was seeking re-election. >> obviously misleading. i think a lot of people shed a lot of credibility engaging in conspiracy theories last fall without rigged jobs numbers. >> meanwhile house republicans are taking these allegations very seriously. >> for this data came just a mere 30 days or so before a presidential election. republicans every day we were pounding on the fact that obama doesn't work. that unemployment rate couldn't get below 8%. suddenly 30 days best election it did. that begs the question did that really happen? >> yesterday house oversight committee chairman sent a letter to the census bureau demanding all documents including emails rela
: actually, that's me. don't give money to beggars like me. governments must spend more. >> medicare, medicaid, social security. john: this government really helps the poor. >> everybody in cleveland. >> by any measurement this is not working. john: i am glad more people figure that out. >> commerce, entrepreneurial capitalism takes more people out of poverty. john: even some in the mainstream media. >> if you're waiting for the government you're going to be in for an awful long way. john: if they get it may be seen more people will realize there are better ways to give. real charity. that is our sw tonight. ♪ >> and now. ♪ john: what is real charity? people are in trouble after a disaster or simply when people are poor. americans instead is to think amount and government help. after all, who will help those people is not government? libertarians argue that private charity would step in. individuals really choosing to help. but with enough of us up? most people say no. that is why liberals like newsday columnist say when it comes to helping the need, that is mostly government's j
finger of the damn it may break. i don't think it will completely break, but my worry is you could start to see it brea financially teeseven people who are not for this deal are for war. is that the only other logical progression? >> well, i worry about that, but all the points above the raised in this conversation of valid. i am not trying to realize the concerns aut even a moderate short-term economic boost. i am simply suggesting that we are getting some real freezing of the nuclear activity. soon enough we will see if there is any kind of longer-term consequees or progress. i take your point. i am most worried about this issue we have been discussing which is the question some of the sort of seco aect sanctions being weakened. the core ones i not. even the smaller relaxations, that does run areas. getting tougher and tighter for a decade. in the habit of doing it kamal vigilant about a command that don't think will forget that in six months, but it is worth worrying about. melissa: thank you for joining us. we appreate it. the beginning of the biggest shopping season of the year. th
housing and job-training company's earnings i don't think it is a bubble right now. neil: i want to thank you very hpq watch it tomorrow, money with melissa francis is next. melissa: making money from fake followers twitter trying to save face after reports that one in 10 twitter accounts is fake. inside tips on where you buy them, what you get. always about money. melissa: first up holiday deals on housing real estate motion will don peebles returns, a scoop on how to wrap up your best deal ever, chairman ceo of peebles corporation, don we're so thrill to have you back, our audience loved you last time. i think a lot of people don't know this one of the busiest weeks of the year for deals, a lot of people that are trying to get things done, and closed. before the end of the year, what is the best way to approach a deal this time of the year. >> good to be back. now is a good time to get deals done, banks that are holding real estate, they haveaken back through are will recession, they are looking to get the properties off their books by year end, they report to regulators, and t
said, i don't want anymore bs. melissa: yeeh. >> was his message. in other words we have to raise the standards inside so that culture improves. melissa: how is that tangible to the customer? if you say the experience has to change, they're being punished for mortgage-backed securities. average consumer doesn't even know what that is. >> from the consumer perspective what they experience with the bank, which did a study back in the spring what constitutes trust in banking today. we found it is about helpfulness. not about being straightforward and full disclosure. not even fairness. does the customer feel you're on their side. banking customers across the industry do not feel that with. melissa: maybe that is true. i happen to be the chase customer. i went into the branch. they bend over backwards to help it. we'll have whatever you can. i didn't have the right documents in the post office. i feel when you go into one of their branch anecdotally they're really helpful. you think that is not normal. >> i think it is not. melissa: they didn't recognize me. i was -- flattery will get
couldn't right now >> all right. television repairman. ultimate set of tools. i can fix it. melissa: don't you feel like this is what we're getting too with obama care? everyone and their mother thinks they have the answer. give three 20 somethings, three days and amissing what they can do. everyone is talking about the guys you're about to meet. they went off built their own version of the health care website, in their spare time by the way, for fun. the kicker? it works. here in a fox business exclusive are the three men. thanks for joining us. let me start with you. why did you guys decide to do this? where did you get the idea? >> sure. we were trying to buy a health plan for ourselves. we have our own companies and looking to see if we can save money for our plans. when we went to the health exchange website, took us 45 minutes to see prices. we figured most people would lose their patience at that point. there has to be a better way to show the choices and options out there. melissa: george, is this a stunt? do you guys have, is there a political message behind this? are you trying
. melissa: do you buy it? >> no because people don't use it as a phone that much anymore. i think benefit is more visual. less reflect tivity on screens curved and colors pop better and get better picture. melissa: patent filing by samsung looks like a device that looks like a tablet computer with a screen that folds in half. if you have the ipad, fold it in half, i could fit it in smaller purse. all kinds of things like that. how far away are we from tt. >> that is definite appcation. can you also make the electronicses fold along wit. melissa: what is the answer? >> that is a few years ought too. they're getting smaller absolutely. moore's law and path will continue on but you have to make the electronics foldable and flexible along with the display. melissa: talk about how you get there. start with the screen. in order for the screen to fold and bend and not rigid thing we're familiar wit, it has to be plastic and endure more intense heat? >> has to hold up to the heat. have to get all the electronicses cooled. dohings with polymers and ipads and polymer sensor technologies. things are
, they want leadership. we had aggressive leadership. now the president i don't think provided right leadership. but in a vacuum where unfortunately the romney campaign didn't give a compelling message at least in my state as what he would do and how people make my state's lives better, they tell there was vacuum. they voted for me because they thought i was providing leadership. they voted for president because under false pretense because they thought he provided leadership and there was a void. i talk about lessons learned from which is not own applies to last year's presidential campaign but elections in the future. melissa: who would be the best bet for republicans in 2016 and would you be among those names? >> two things. one, first and foremost we should be focused on 'in 14, of the. battle grouped states switched with governors not just legislative authorities. that is the key. we have real chance winning united states senate back. that is key to future success getting real reform done. i think ideal candidate might be exceptional candidate like paul ryan, someone with execut
in a large number of airports. melissa: can you tell us what to expect for the testing phase? no. >> we don't really want to. melissa: thank you so much. dressed in technology. >> in queue for having me. wrist consultant. >> it is pricey. you know, to be fair, it is in the testing phase. i don't think they necessarily know. it is an extra cost. was it worth to us. plus, we love it when you get to the other side you have to buy another bottle of water because you just read your first one. i don't know of the profit incentive is there. the setting that aside. >> principally it is personal in terms of the aesthetics of the bottles. opaque versus transparent and so forth. my concern is one based on content. he on the internet there was literally dozens of different variations rekeyed readily available house over commercial items like higher your broadside and tank. melissa: that makes me feel like all of this is meaningless. it makes a deal like the security measures we get through the airport undesigned to make us feel like something is going on. much of what they're doing is preventing to dis
holiday deals on housing real estate motion will don peebles returns, a scoop on how to wrap up your best deal ever, chairman ceo of peebles corporation, don. we're so thrill to have you back, our audience loved you last time. i think a lot of people don't know this one of the busiest weeks of the year for deals, a lot of people that are trying to get things done, and closed. before the end of the year, what is the best way to approach a deal this time of the year. >> good to be back. now is a good time to get deals done, banks that are holding real estate, they have taken back through are will recession, they are looking to get the properties off their books by year end, they report to regulators, and they are stock holders, homebuilders with backlog of inventory, of completed product or product that is near completion, they are looking to finish fourth quarter strong, and continue upward mobility of their stock. if you are out buying today, those are two places to go lender-owned and home-builders. melissa: if you are a buyer, a seller is there a reason to do before the end of the year.
people in my insurance pool will be getting more prescriptions. don't health care costs go up? >> absolutely. costs are skyrocketing. just to give you an example, we have small businesses that we do some basically health care planning for. they're getting calls where premiums are jumping up anywhere from 50%, as high as 90% across the board. they have already moved up the last two years at those levels. if that continues you can just imagine there will be a little bit of chaos as far as costs. >> i guess, dr. vinokur, the other side of the argument, health care costs go down and giving people pills and stopping them from having heart disease. >> exactly. if you're looking at the cost of a generic drug and looking long term preventing heart attack which lead to heart failure, one of the most expensive diagnoses around, if you can prevent heart damage and heart attack in the long run and we're not saying it is just the pill. you have to exercise. melissa: you're not saying that but that, hang on stop you. you're not saying that but that is what a lot of people you give them a pi
, but you don't have very many people. the budget will explode. the policy won't work, and the president's promise to expand insurance coverage is a risk. melissa: jack, and meanwhile no insurance company will want to get in apple and provide coverage. >> they're going to have to be brought back in. this is not a good book of business. coming up, the cigarette boom is getting a big boost from all the wrong places commercial school. teens are smoking in all ways. we have a cigarette here to respond to the criticism. and more "money" straight ahead. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] they are a glowing example of what it means to be the best. and at this special time of year, they shine even brighter. come to the winter event and get the mercedes-benz you've always wished for, now for an exceptional price. [ santa ] ho, ho, ho, ho! [ male announcer ] lease the 2014 e350 for $579 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. >> the stock sweet spot. corporate executives to be playing the system. former sec commissioner and he joins us now. i was surprised by the number of times of the "wall street jo
have that you have high costs per person, but you don't have very many people. the budget will explode. the policy won't work, and the president's promise to expand insurance coverage is a ris melissa: jack, and meanwhile no insurance company will want to get in apple and provide coverage. >> they're going to have to be brought back in. this is not a good book of business. coming up, the cigarette boom is getting a big boost from all the wrong places commercial school. teens are smoking in all ways. we have a cigarette here to respond to the criticism. and more "money" straight ahead. ♪ >> the stock sweet spot. corporate executives to be playing the system. former sec commissioner and he joins us now. i was surprised by the number of times of the "wall street journal" dug up that this had happened. over time of 120 days. the lower the guidance. >> it may not be. depends on what the causes are. it's always technically possible for these guys of things to be legal. the one thing i learned in my many years at the sec, something seems to be coincidental to frequently, it is a good indica
but you know, a lot of communities have decided to go with that because you don't have the same level of disruption. >> right. melissa: i know it is difficult to estimate the cost at this point because it is such a new technology, but in the long run what do you think it is on par with? >> well i think it is probably, you know, quite a bit more than either of those options. i really couldn't geoff you an estimate either at this point. i think it's too early to really determine what the commercial costs would be forgiven applications but you're right about the increase in costs of underground technologies. and that's where as we start to move towards more after dc infrastructure, towards dc micro grid we have better benefit in terms of both reliability and operating underground and in terms of the cost. today our grid is based on a legacy ac three-phase system. most of the device that is we use as consumers, in our businesses and our buildings and facilities actually operate on low voltage dc. our computers, our data centers. so we he a real mismatch in our grid right now between how w
that is bad. chase something that people don't want. and really, the next up in this trauma, if you will, is up to the american people. i have done what i can't the last three years to either try to deflect or improve are not damaged people so badly with this thing. honestly, do you remember back in 1988 when the catastrophic health care plan was revealed after the people rose up and said, you have got to get rid of this? that is the type of citizen involvement that is going to be required to reverse course on what you correctly point out is a massive government overreach. john: let's move on from the legislation itself and just the idea. the european idea is that health care is a right. what do you say to these american politicians making the same point? >> yes, right on not a privilege >> are right, not a privilege. >> not a privilege for a fortunate few, but a right for everyone of us to enjoy. john: a right, government should give it to people. >> i would prefer to look at it more as a responsibility. i recognize it was my responsibility to provide food, housing, and health care for
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